How Innovative Technology is Changing Industries

Technology is an ever-evolving beast. It identifies problems with one iteration and then adapts to solve them with the next. Nowhere has this been more pronounced than in the industrial sector, where technology is rapidly changing the way we build and manufacture things all over the world.

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1. Mining

The biggest changes to the mining industry through technology have come in the form of safety and automation. Spearheaded by companies like iVolve, new technological developments in areas like maintenance detection systems, risk management software and wireless communication have made the mining industry safer and more efficient than it has ever been.

2. Motor

The motor industry has seen several major shakeups over the last few years, but nowhere has the impact been more profound than in electric vehicles and in driverless, automated cars. Electric vehicles, though still having a relatively short range, are affordable to run and create a fraction of the carbon footprint created by a traditional petrol-powered vehicle. Driverless cars allow for occupants to get on with their day and, as they are driven by a computer, are less susceptible to accidents due to driver error. Both of these huge advancements will begin really making their mark in the next few years.

3. Energy

On the topic of electricity, plenty of new methods for collecting vast amounts of energy have become a huge focus in a world becoming more focused on sustainable growth. New advances in solar power show that it is a largely untapped resource and can provide a phenomenal amount of power, pollution free. Similarly, wind power is another area that is changing the way people consume energy in their homes with many European nations getting on board.

4. Domestic Construction

The 3D printing revolution will be huge for the construction industry in the coming years with reliable, quality supplies and components able to be created quickly from a single source. Add to this that automated construction is a sector that is gathering major steam around the world. Construction is another industry deemed incredibly dangerous and automating certain elements of the construction means that fewer lives are put on the line overall. The first 3D-printed home will be here sooner than you think.

5. Commercial Construction

Another facet of construction that has changed is the commercial sector. Skyscrapers are now being built with technology that allows them to become what’s called “green buildings.” They come ready-made with systems that make smarter, more efficient use of power, water and other resources to ensure greater occupant health and overall performance. Imagine not needing to step outside for some fresh air anymore because the building is constantly full of fresh air, brought in by the building’s built-in filtration systems.

The future is a pretty amazing looking place. More and more, we are seeing advances that seek to make our lives easier – and longer – through advances in safety and efficiency. With luck, we will see these technological advancements appearing in everyday life within the next few years. How do you feel about the effect technology has had on the industrial sector? What would like to see more or less of? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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From time to time we publish original guest articles. The above article was written by  David Smith.

 

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